Satellite town planned to be built on the virtually uninhabited West Coast of O'ahu, along with seven Japanese financed hotels.
Eight-hundred fifty workers at Kaiser Hospital go on strike for seven weeks.
Inlandboatmen's Union workers go on strike for 26 days.
Hawai'i tourism 14% higher than the year before, surpassing the five million tourist mark for the first time.
Castle & Cooke chairman David Murdock announces plans to build homes, condominiums and two resorts on newly-purchased Lana'i, formerly home to the world's largest pineapple plantation.